Labor Day and other mislabeled things.

The other morning, I woke up at 6 am.  the sun hadn’t yet come over the east horizon.

Then I remembered that this is Utah, not Arizona ten miles due south and it’s summer and Utah has

decided that “Congressional Time”, commonly known as “daylight savings time” is the thing to do in the spring, summer.

and fall.   So it’s really 7 am DT,  

How any electricity is saved by the morning folks arising an hour earlier and calling it an hour later

is a mystery to me.   Anyone going to work by 6, 7,  or 8 must turn on lights in their houses to see to get ready to go.

And on this beautiful Monday morn named Labor day when most take a holiday.

A holiday to honor labor by not working.

What sense does that make?

I did learn of a man I know, who dug some weeds out that day, thus it was a labor day for him.

I know there are many more things that we say and do that make little or no sense.

I can’t think of any right now so I’m asking my readers to tell of the ones they know in the comment section.

The comments are moderated before going public.    If they are real comments about this subject, then you’ll see them

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So, tell me some of your mislabeled or wrongly named things.